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01-20-2014, 01:41 PM #1293
Man, that's a striking colour scheme. I was expecting ARC-ZSII to come first seeing how difficult it is to come up a name for the 'Z' lineups.
It seems that this racquet adopts many features from NR-ZSP (minus the longer shaft & some materials used to construct the shaft/head). Most likely the previously mentioned 'head heavier than the VT-ZF' comes from wider head. Getting it for the looks?; Hell yes.
01-20-2014, 01:45 PM #1294
Owh dear, wrong post. Can someone help me out with this? Thanks.
01-21-2014, 08:34 AM #1295
I am always confused with some of Yonex’s choice of wording. Can anyone tell me how does the “ultra slim long shaft” compared to the “extra slim shaft”? I’m asking this because the NZSP is labeled as having the ultra but the upcoming VZFII is labelled as “extra slim” but it is said to be the thinnest ever.
In addition to that, having own the NZSP, I could not find any difference in the length of the shaft compared to my old MusclePower despite the “ultra slim long shaft” thing. Am I missing something?
01-21-2014, 11:35 PM #1296
just played a few hours of casual games with the z speed last week, with zymax67 at 24x26lbs. it's an awesome racket, very flexible and very powerful. since i'm used to using the z slash and a nanoray300, i'm more or less used to a smaller head frame!! i love this racket, and its flashy bright orange color, yay!!!
01-25-2014, 05:17 PM #1297
I tried out Z-Speed today, mostly smashing and clears as well as backhand clears.
The racket wasn't as head heavy as I thought, when I was smashing, the racket really cuts through the air really nicely, just like the Z-Slash, I felt the Z-Speed feels much like a Z-Slash which cuts through the air just as well. I didn't feel that the Z-Speed increased the speed of my smash, when I was smashing with my normal racket (Z-Force) it felt pretty much the same
03-02-2014, 03:48 AM #1298
Would you recommend this racket? I'm planning to purchase one soon.
03-02-2014, 03:49 AM #1299
03-02-2014, 07:51 AM #1300
try it and you'll see if you will like it
btw just an addendum.. its funny how no one complains about the 2U ns9900...
the headweight approx 42.5g, balance point around 305.... if anyone is curious about the specs
03-02-2014, 11:58 AM #1301
03-02-2014, 03:32 PM #1302
03-02-2014, 08:24 PM #1303
i think zsp is a good racket in limited ways . zsp does not suit every play style. zsp is reasonably fast, powerful and accurate. this combination makes it a good single racket. however, zsp lakes of feelings, and a little slow for doubles.
so, in doubles zsp is mor e suitable if your style is more conservative. it does not mean that zsp is worse. i win games with zsp as well as fb. just that fb is more enjoyable and makes top plays much easier while zsp mostly win games with powerful clears and other combined attacks which is a dull stradegy.
03-04-2014, 11:11 AM #1304
Another player spotted using the Zspeed.... Misbun Ramdan
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03-04-2014, 06:50 PM #1305
How about NR800 compare to ZSpeed? Anyone tried them before?
03-06-2014, 08:52 PM #1306
ZSpeed is really a nice racket to play with. Very good maneuverability in double and powerful in the smashing. Shots are accurate on the net and baseline corner. The head is not really too heavy for me. Feel is solid on my hand.
The only thing which ZSpeed challenges me is the smaller head frame. There were some mishits in my 3 hours game time using it since the sweet spot is small. But it is getting better.
A new discovery to me in Yonex since I have been liking the Victor rackets so far.
It is a joy using ZSpeed!!